After watching the keynote and seeing 'ooh flyover', 'OOOH 3D' I expected maps to be great. I wouldn't say my expectations were 'high', I didn't expect everywhere to have 3d flyover, but I DID expect the imagery to be as good as, if not better than googles'. Turns out, I was wrong. Here's an image of Edinburgh castle, the biggest and best known landmark in Scotland. Looks like crap. And here's an image of one of the main streets in Edinburgh's city center. On google maps those cars would of been so clear I probably could of told you the model of car (and I'm not a car guy). That's as far as it zooms in and it's fully rendered, total CRAP. Literally atrocious. Why is it so pixelated? I've checked around and everywhere in the UK is just as bad (apart from one small area in London that has flyover). I'm so disappointed right now.